Kaes Ali

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (78 of 80)
Location: Toronto-Canada
Birthday: 26 July

Interests
Architecture, Photography, Music (New Age), Politics.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,425,593 - Total Helpful Votes: 78 of 80
Night and Low-light Photography: The Complete Guid&hellip by Lee Frost
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars up to the point, 2 Mar 2005
a very well written book, very well organized, plenty of useful tips, beautiful examples, excellent layout and quality of production, divided into the usual sections starting with the basics which he assumes you have a good knowledge of so he quickly jumps to the gear and dosent hang alot there as this book is not for the absolute novice,so he passes to the real thing; to explain what to do in different situations like photographing cities at night, fireworks etc... he starts with general instructions related to each siuation, what gear you should have etc...i found the instructions here very useful and thus itake the book with me whenever i travel around.
Through the Lens: "National Geographic" Greatest P&hellip by Leah Bendavid-Val
52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars huge, emotional, 16 Feb 2005
when i got this book i just couldn't believe how heavy and large it is, and each page carries with it pictures of people, or situations, or places etc which make you live the moment feel the emotions, smell whatever there is in the air, hear whatever therewas going on, it makes you part of the photos. Nearly all of these photos are fantastic, inspiring, some however probably don't belong to such a masterpiece but you can easily point them out. In short a book worth every penny and a must have if you have real taste for photographs.
Palm Zire by Palm
Palm Zire by Palm
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars organizer, not a PDA, 11 Feb 2005
ofcourse for a price like this you don't expect more, it is the cheapest PDA around, but i just cannot call it a PDA, rather it is an organizer, as there is no office on it, no ROM, not much applications to fit on board, very tiny RAM, it contains what most of us not all of use really need, a diary, to do list, addressbook etc... yes the battery can take weeks till it dries out because there is nothing much to use the battery anyway, no colors (important?) no much applications (important?)but hay, if in case it happens to dryout and you are away from your PC to backup and on a trip, that is it, every thing is gone. i personally use it, but have to live with the limitations, cause all the… Read more

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